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True Believers by Kurt Andersen
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Apr 26, 2012

it was amazing

This is, so far, my favorite book I've won on goodreads. Karen is quite the politically rebellious teenager and incredibly self righteous, as most are. A even more 'rad' grandmother. And a remorseful mother. Alex is a rather complex character I kept feeling like was the bad guy (a James Bond villain if you will) in the story even though I knew he wasn't, not really. Chuck, oh my god, don't even get me started. I was sadden by that whole ordeal. Buzzy? What a surprise, didn't see it coming in the least. Last but not least, the guy with the fake name. He was a humorous touch, light hearted, and kept the story in some kind of unseen balance. All in all, I laughed, grimaced, and cried. Definitively a recommend and reread kind of book.

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